‘Looks and feels like a solid but well-referenced mystery’ – The Girl in The Red Coat by Kate Hamer

‘…the build-up to the critical moment is expertly handled, with a palpable ratcheting up of tension. And thereafter, the confusion and panic raking through the mother is expressed, jarringly, in every day terms, which makes it all the more intense. Given the story, the temptation for the writer to slip into hyperbole, to ostentatiously pull on the readers’ heartstrings, would be strong. That this does not happen is thus noteworthy…’ – Tamim Sadikali reviews The Girl in the Red Coat by Kate Hamer

Posted at 10:25 am on March 1, 2015 | Leave a comment | Filed Under: Review | Continue reading

‘Where the boundaries between dreams and reality are blurred’ – The Pull List (Issue 18)

‘…with titles like Bitch Planet, Sex Criminals, and East of West knocking it out of the park every time they’re released, Image have become, over the past five or six years, the most important comic publisher out there; delivering original works from some of the top creators…’ – Daniel Carpenter brings us the latest edition of The Pull List

Posted at 3:46 pm on February 26, 2015 | Leave a comment | Filed Under: Review | Continue reading

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